Biden administration leaves dozens of immigrants on the street in Texas amidst cold spell

Democrats attacked Greg Abbott, calling him a "piece of s***" for sending a bus of immigrants to Kamala Harris' residence.

The Biden administration barred immigrants who were not apprehended and prosecuted by Border Patrol from entering taxpayer-funded shelters. This prohibition is due to the fact that these illegal immigrants did not have certain documentation from Border Patrol.

As reported by Breitbart, most of these people are Venezuelans who had to spend Christmas Day on the streets of El Paso in 20-degree weather. In fact, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) sent a message asking people not to try to cross the border these days due to "freezing temperatures."

This situation is happening at the same time that Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent a new bus caravan of some 130 immigrants to Kamala Harris' residence in Washington on Christmas Eve.

Abdullah Hasan, a White House spokesman, blamed Abbott for these immigrants' dangerous situation. He did not mention the fact that there were immigrants who spent Christmas Eve on the street at freezing temperatures due to federal government policies:

Governor Abbott abandoned children on the side of the road in freezing temperatures on Christmas Eve without coordinating with any federal or local authorities. It was a cruel, dangerous and shameful maneuver.

Since Biden took office, it is estimated that the Federal Government has released more than 1.4 million illegal immigrants in U.S. cities and towns. Other Democratic Party representatives lambasted Abbott's decision to send immigrants to the vice president's residence. Reps. Eric Swalwell (D-Ca.) and Ritchie Torres (D-N.Y.) questioned the Texas governor's Christian faith, and Texas Representative Joaquin Castro went as far as to call Abbott "piece of s***."

More than 230,000 illegal immigrants in November

In the month of November, 233,740 illegal immigrants attempted to cross the southern border, as reported by Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Of this number, 16% had already tried to enter the United States at least once in the last 12 months.

Twenty-nine percent of the illegal immigrants registered in November (66,984) were processed under Title 42, which enables the rapid expulsion of irregular immigrants, and 166,756 files were processed under Title 8, which classifies immigrants as "inadmissible," though the removal process is longer than with Title 42.

Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin reiterated on Twitter that this data for November does not account for those who managed to escape Border Patrol:

A reminder, these numbers do not include known gotaways. CBP sources tell us there were at least 73,000 known gotaways in the month of November alone. These are people who are detected or seen, but there is no manpower to get to them for capturer.

There were 13,150 cases of children arriving alone at the border in November (an average of 597 per day), an increase of 9.4% over October (12,204).